The details of the crime scene are no coincidence. The body — a promising starlet — has been battered, bloodied and then discarded between two of Manhattan’s oldest graveyards. One look and Detective Jude Crosby recognizes the tableau: a re-creation of Jack the Ripper’s gruesome work. But he also sees something beyond the actions of a mere copycat. Something more dangerous...and unexplainable. As the city seethes with suspicion, Jude calls on Whitney Tremont, a member of the country’s preeminent paranormal investigating team, to put the speculation to rest. Yet when Whitney and Jude delve deeper, what they discover is more shocking than either could have predicted, and twice as sinister....
©2011 Heather Graham (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I had to force myself to finish this one while I wait for the next Justin Cronin book to come out. As someone else said the author needs to decide if she is writing a romance or mystery. Either way, this just wasn't riveting at all.
I write romantic suspense with a little southern grit. I love romance & adventure w/a little mystery & suspense. I believe in happy endings.
This combination of romance, suspense, a couple of ghosts, a little history and some truly wonderful characters brought this story to life. My heart started pounding and I was hoping, please don't let the characters I like be the bad guys! It was an up to the minute suspense. I didn't know the killer until the very last!
this installment was not as exciting as the previous books. I was expecting more. I will keep listening.
Good book kept you guessing right up to the end on who the killer was. Not many books have done that for me lately. Well worth the credit.
Pretty typical Heather Graham. If you like her other Krewe of Hunters books, you'll like this one. The ending came out of nowhere, and not in the good way. She leads you in one direction and then totally blindsides you. I'm not opposed to being surprised like that but I wanted more background- more explanation to why the killer did what they did. Luke Daniels is great, you can hear the difference between all the characters; male, female, young, old, southern, irish, new york and so on. My only complaint is that he's not quite consistent between books. Jackson, Jake and Will don't sound the same from one Krewe book to another.
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